Making sambusak dough by hand is a pleasure passed down to me by my mom, who refuses to buy them fresh from the bakery let alone get the frozen version.

Those are time consuming to make and require a paste maker machine to run the dough thin, but the result is worth it and phenomenal.

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Kubbeh is a lost art. I mean how many people bother to make it at home when some women sell it from home and you’re more likely to find it in the frozen section of the supermarket. With that said – I am into lost art especially when the techniques are passed down to me by my mother Hana.

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Crispy on the outside, and moist but not soggy on the inside. This is a family favorite made by my mom, so whenever you are making food using stuffed zucchini you can always use the inner flesh to make a batch, or just go ahead and make one from scratch, these are kid-friendly and great for breakfast, an appetizer, or a side dish. You can also make this with Cauliflower.

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You can’t go wrong with these Mozzarella Cheese Rolls with marinara sauce! Serve hot, they’ll be gone in a matter of seconds.

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Sfeeha or Sfiha depending on how you like to spell it is a very popular side dish in the LEVANT region. A pie-like dish served with various filling but traditionally meat. Now everyone is biased to their moms food for sure, but I can safely say that our entire family and extended family is biased to my mom’s signature Sfeeha recipe, try it and enjoy, the filling is to die for regardless of how thin/thick you would like your dough to be.

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Fresh Summer Veggie Rolls are perfect for the Spring, Summer, and anytime you want to enjoy the fresh deliciousness of veggies.

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I like my Spring Rolls to be minimal and full of flavor, so no noodles or poultry, just a few veggies packaged with nutrients and flavor.

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A twist on a classic Kubbeh, half baked, half fried! Those bite-size tarts take some effort to make but are worth every single bite …

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Smoked aubergine & tahini dip which is great for dipping your veggies into, or have the Middle Eastern way, and enjoy with fried Pita bread next to your favorite dish.

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Galayet Bandoora is sautéed tomatoes stewed with garlic, olive oil, pepper, and salt. You can enjoy it over a bed of rice, alone, or dip with bread.

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